09-13-23 Holding Your Cheating Partner Accountable for Their Actions
Whether you are working it out, trying to save your marriage, or just need a healthier person to co-parent with, learning how to hold your cheating partner accountable for his or her actions is imperative. But it’s also important to do it in a way that does not cause you to over function. Here’s how to manage.
- Be accountable yourself,
- Set clear expectations and boundaries,
- Do NOT own your partner’s problems or solve their problems for them,
- Know how to call someone out by learning how to call them in at the same time,
- Discover the power of regular, objective, and balanced feedback
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